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Jessie J 'obsessed' with Nicki Minaj
Jessie J is "obsessed" with Nicki Minaj.
The English 'Do It Like a Dude' singer is a huge fan of the 'Check it Out' rapper and said she felt "honoured" when Nicki praised her.
She told MTV: "What can you say when someone like Nicki Minaj says that they're in love with you? I am obsessed with her, I think that she is a superstar.
"To even have someone like her to take time out of her busy schedule to know someone like me is just an honour. I love you too, Nicki."
Jessie, 22, said she would love to work with Nicki, as well as rapper Drake.
She said: "I think that Drake is amazing and I think that Nicki Minaj is stupidly sick - I would be honoured if either of them wanted to work with me."
Jessie also today (24.02.111) confirmed she is bisexual, addressing the issue in an interview and on twitter.
She told British radio show 'In Demand': "I've never denied it. Whoopie doo guys, yes, I've dated girls and I've dated boys - get over it. It's not a secret."
She later tweeted: "For all the people congratulating me on 'coming out' or confirming I'm 'bi' lol-I have NEVER hid my sexuality. I love who I love. I will never label my sexuality. If its a boy its a boy if its a girl its a girl.(sic)
"Whatever I do in life SOMEONE somewhere will HATE it. Be it my music, my face, my clothes, my hair, my bum lol. It Is what it is. Let the haters hate. Live for the moment (sic)."Posted on 24 Feb 2011 16:15 to category : Music News
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